Questions and Answers about Matrix Medical Network

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Matrix Medical Network.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Matrix Medical Network.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

9 questions

Hated it! The only good part was the members but doing a good job assessing their health and medications took far longer than Matrix anticipates. Lots of driving and lots of extra time spent in the evening. No work life balance at all!

Answered

See 9 answers
Report question

As an RN in the contact care center, not too bad. Just don’t expect changes if you need.

Answered

See 8 answers
Report question

As a contractor, you get no sick leave or leave of any type.

Answered

See 7 answers
Report question

Mornings were pretty busy but when you got to noon, be prepared to sit and wait.

Answered

See 6 answers
Report question

I get a little less than a day a month. You accrue days slowly. You are able to get a floating holiday that you can use for anything. You get paid holidays if you are full time. The benefits are fairly decent.

Answered

See 5 answers
Report question

I know that they are aggressively trying to get more work, but unfortunately, they have lost sight of the fact that they have human beings working for them. When decisions are made that are counter to what has been the policy and no one thinks to include those affected individuals, or even to let the affected individuals know that there is a policy change coming, they won't be able to keep their employees. Who wants to work some place where you aren't valued, even a little bit valued? The moral among the workers that I am aware of is at an all time low. But hey -- more job opportunities for others!

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question

No benefits for contractors

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question

The contact care center in Scottsdale hires LPNs and RNs. However, there really isn’t a lot of Nurse work. An 8 hour day consisted of answering calls that weren’t clinical related and making calls to doctor offices for fax numbers. If you’re a nurse and want to work as a nurse, the contact care center probably isn’t for you. If you don’t mind doing non clinical tasks (and yes I mean when I say non clinical such as stuffing envelopes with mailings) then this is right up your alley.

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question

Never received one in the 6 years I worked there.

Answered

Report question
Claimed Profile